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The young Fieldspace Property Group proves itself as a force to be reckoned with. Having entered their second year as Fieldspace, the team is already showing signs of shaking things up in the property sector, proving that innovation is the name of the game.
SA’s listed property sector continues to feed investor appetite, having raised about R153bn in the past six years.
Liberty Two Degrees successfully listed on the Main Board of the JSE, in the “Diversified REITs” sector, earlier this morning under the abbreviated name: “Liberty2D”, [JSE code: L2D] in a landmark listing for the Liberty Group.
Nearly a third of all South African listed REITS (real estate investment trusts) can be counted among the JSE’s 100 most empowered companies in 2016.
The South African Women in Property Awards Gala Dinner is set for Wednesday, 26th October 2016 at the Monte Casino Ballroom. Partnering with the WPN are dedicated sponsors Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and Tsogo Sun.
The argument has often been made that the reason the SA listed property sector has delivered good returns over time, apart from a declining yield environment, is primarily due to its predictable and growing income stream.
The property and broader built environment sector has an important role to play in Africa’s growth, but it needs to be taken more seriously and prioritised.
I think the industry is in a very healthy state. Looking ahead, I think we’re going to see more global companies coming in.
As land reform takes centre stage ahead of municipal elections this year, the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) has called for professionals in the property sector to arm themselves with the right skills to navigate this exciting but often controversial terrain.
Consolidation in the listed property sector is being stalled by volatile markets, with investors reluctant to sell their stock at existing prices.